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Meaning of compadrazgo from wikipedia

- the abstract noun compadrazgo (spanish), compadrio (in portuguese), both meaning 'co-parenthood,' is sometimes used to refer to the
- respect” level ii, a “reverential” level iii, and finally, the sacred, “ultra-reverential” compadrazgo level iv used in religious contexts.
- types of relations often described by anthropologists as fictive kinship include compadrazgo relations, foster care , common membership in
- kemper, r.v. (1982) the compadrazgo in urban mexico. anthropological quarterly, 55, 17-30. lowenthal, david (1985) the past is a foreign
- examples include compadrazgo in modern iberia , latin america and the philippines , which developed from standard medieval european
- gudeman, 'the compadrazgo as a reflection of the natural and spiritual person', proceedings of the royal anthropological institute (1971
- historian vicki l. ruiz sees mutualistas as 'institutionalized forms of compadrazgo and commadrazgo', the 'concrete manifestations' of
- foster, “cofradia and compadrazgo in spain and spanish america,” southwestern journal of anthropology, vol 9 no. 1 (spring 1953), 11-12.
- oaxacans take the role of godparents seriously, since it is a form of compadrazgo , kinship, between families and for this reason thanking
- his dissertation was about 'compadrazgo ' relationships in el salvador. his field work included interviews that he performed on w****-